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bm 606 t n. [?ti?tt] n.[m.] dominion ;— sf. DJt? vfO DHS? Zc 9 10 (of Mess, king); b%fo iBfc tf>BT33 Dn 1 1 4 (of Alexander). T7ttJp?D n.[m.] dominion, ruler (late); — abs. 'o Dnii"; pi. trbenpon i Ch 26 6 ;— 1. 3T 'o great dominion Dn 1 1 3 (ace. cogn. c. ???), v 4 (pred. of tapB'DO). 2. abstr. for concr. *(pl.) — rulers I Ch 26 6 (? rd. D^Eton). Tri7ttJ?pQ n.f. rule, dominion, realm (cf. Dr ,Phu - lU8S2 - S15 );— abs. 'o Mi 4 s ; cstr. nbe'DD f 1 36 s (before 3 Ges »'Kii "- 182 ), Je 34' + a t; sf. ini»^DO Is 2 2 !1 V' 1 45"; ta|>?too 1 K 9 19 + 6 1. ; pi. cstr. Tfhfva yjr 1 3 6»; e f. vrriiJ&isp ^ 1 14 s ,— . rwZe, dominion (human) Is 22 21 Mi 4*; "?31 toy inpE'DD 2CI132 9 and all his imperial might with him (i.e. display of might — soldiers, court, luxury, etc.; of Sennach.); toi'E'OD jns pa

K 9 18 = 2 Ch8 6 , Jesi 28 , in; n^tpD pit* niaboo 

Je 34 1 ; hence 'o alone = realm, domain 2 K 20 13 =Is39 2 , Dnii 5 . 2. rule of heavenly bodies OS*n 'Vteb Gn 1" the sun for the rule of the day, cf. v 16 ; also sq. 3 ^i36 89 . 3. God's rule, dominion: ^145" (|| nttpD), niDpp"?3 FberDti io3 K ; pi. — realm W"fP ffW WW

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[nVttfo], rtfrcto, nn^ipn v.nte. oWto, rrtoO)Vttto, (^)rno^n v. tb&. ^7? v. -B>. ttJ^ttTQ Gn 3 8 24 v. vfrv. natiJn v. dob>. t ~ : joiita, naotfa, 'ato, caiatfo v. jw. 1, 11. ynitfn , [nypaJo] v. jw. "into, [mofo] v. 1^. n^ttJTD v. fUB>. !1DU?T2 v. DDK*. JjvU (cf. As. wn«2, cleanse, wash, cf. Dl HWB ; whence wii#/t< come foil. — though K> = «  is surprising— cf. Dl BMr ' KMCh - xlr ). t *SH|to n.f. (1 = n*$0 cf. Thes Sm) cleans- ing, oniy 'Op nyrn K^ Ez 16 4 i7w>k wast not washed for cleansing (cf. %. Thes and Add 98 Sm ItV al.; 93 ad salutem, as if from jfE"; © om., and so Co Be SS, cf. Buhl ; form strange, and word at best dub.) bfyttte v. 1. byv. T D3?0p n.pr.m. name in Benjamin 1 Ch © Mfercraa/i, ©L Mf aoafi. > ]yyn, proto, nro, na$«to v. ptf. nnEUJT2 v. nee'. tssctt v. dbb*. t t : " t : • QTiEtcn v. rag). pt^O (assumed as -/of two following, but wholly dubious). TpttJQ n.[m.] acquisition, possession (? ; meaning conject. fir, context, fr. analogy of P^DO q. v ., and of "]&o), only tMH W3 pB^ - |?1 ">JT?I5 Prf! Gn i 5 2 (cf. |3 8 (X), supr. p. 121b; Ges' 128 - 2,0,2 - ) and tJie son of acquisition (=he who is to acquire, tlie heir of) my house is, etc.; 'o poss. changed from ^D (cf. Jb 28 18 ) for word-play with ptWl, Kau and So auinm ' 1 , or by copyist's error, but very dubious. © Macrae (n.pr., cf. Lag 8 " 78 ). t[ptt)ptp] n.[m.] possession (t so EV), perh. better place of possession, place possessed by; only cstr. TnH pK'DD Zp 2 9 a place possessed by chickpeas ( > AV breeding of nettles), © Aa- pao-Kos. "Word very dubious (We GASm); text prob. corrupt; Schwally ZAWl - 1890,I88 conj. mean- ing place of growth; Gr (so Now) prop. WBp, or trofetpp. pttfn v. ppt5>. PTpfiJtJ v. npv. tppttJE v. t|pe». [VJ50n] v. yptr. m®Q v. me*. D"nttJD v. en?**? sub n&» . T .. T T^yiCJJp adj. gent, (deriv. unknown), only c. art. as n.coll. tWJ 1 Ch 2 s3 t*Ae Mishrdites, a family of Kirjath Jearim, © 'H/iaca/m/i, ©L Ma<r(p(6i. tftfi^D] vb. feel, grope (NH tf. Pi.; Ar.JJ. feel; Eth. ffi>CM: Di 166 ; Aram. «£, ETC Pa., Palp.— v. also vk> II. BOD);— Qal /m;;/ 3 ms. sf. ^B*?; Gn 2 7 12 perhaps my father willfeelme; ^tStoVv^arad /i«/eZ<o/At'»i(both J). Pi. jP/ 2 ms. FiK'K'b ; /wi,;,/ 3 ms. V&Q Dt Z8 29 , E*Bto;i Gn 3 1 34 ; 3 mpl. *to Jb 5 4 I2 K ; P<. CEOS Dt 28 s9 ; — ^%eZ over or through, grope:—